What’s trending in Affordable Housing

December 16, 2018

Affordable Housing Blog

Author(s): Erica F. Buckley, Ari Glatt, Forrest David Milder, Richard Michael Price, Kathie Soroka, Stephen J. Wallace

New White House Opportunity Zone Council, rolling back Davis-Bacon wage requirements and a crackdown on anonymous LLC real estate purchases. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.


Rolling back Davis-Bacon wage requirements?

RAD Component II PBRA transactions no longer require Davis-Bacon wages, pursuant to new notice.—Stephen J. Wallace, Kathie Soroka

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What is the new White House Opportunity Zone Council?

The administration today announced the president's executive order on establishing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council.—Richard Michael Price, Forrest Milder

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Affordable Housing/Condominiums and Cooperatives

Crackdown on anonymous LLC real estate purchases

Owning real estate through a limited liability company (LLC) often provides many benefits, but federal law enforcement officials are now requiring a greater number of disclosures in connection with these LLCs.—Erica F. Buckley, Ari Glatt

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Upcoming Events

IPED — Opportunity Zones

Location: The Willard Hotel | Washington, DC

Date: March 5, 2019

Speakers: TBD

Topics include: Making opportunity zones work for you.

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